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Why a Dubai Hair Transplant May be Right for You

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Hair loss can be caused by many things, and while some treatments are effective in preventing hair loss in the future, they may not help you to regrow your existing hair. If you’re looking to regrow hair that has fallen out, then you’re looking at something called a hair transplant. A Dubai Hair Transplant can be done using either the Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) or Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) methods of surgery and both have their own pros and cons, depending on your individual circumstances.

What can cause hair loss?

There are many reasons why hair loss happens, but there’s no one clear-cut answer. Everything from genetics to stress to medical conditions can cause you to shed hair. In fact, an estimated 50 million women in America deal with some sort of hair loss every year. Many of them opt for a Dubai hair transplant and that’s because it has many benefits over other types of treatment like medication or even surgery! Here’s what to know about why a Dubai hair transplant could be right for you.

Who should consider an FUE hair transplant procedure?

When you’re deciding whether or not to undergo an FUE hair transplant procedure, it’s important to consider what exactly is at stake. For many patients, hair loss can be emotionally debilitating—and its impact can extend far beyond physical appearance. In short, an FUE transplant could help you regain your self-confidence and increase your opportunities to succeed in business and your personal life. For those reasons, we believe that anyone with male pattern baldness should seriously consider undergoing a treatment like Alborj. Let us know if you have any questions about our FUE procedure or other options for dealing with thinning hair in Dubai. We’d love to help!

What kind of hair transplant surgeon should I choose?

At Alborj Hair Clinic, our hair transplant surgeons are highly experienced in both Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) and Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT). In addition to providing hair restoration services to clients in Ajman, Sharjah and Umm Al Quwain, we have also completed numerous procedures in Dubai. It is important to choose your hair transplant surgeon carefully since there are many things that can affect whether or not you get good results. We believe that anyone who lives within driving distance of Ajman should choose us as their hair transplant clinic because we use advanced technology and offer competitive prices.

How long will my surgery last?

The operation takes between two and four hours, depending on how much hair you want transplanted. As with other types of surgery, your doctor will ask that you arrive at least an hour early to ensure you’re fully prepared. Anesthesia is administered before surgery begins, so all of your questions about what to expect may be answered before you even enter the operating room. During and after treatment, patients are monitored by medical personnel who are specially trained in anesthesia and trauma management.

What are the potential risks involved in undergoing hair restoration surgery?

The risks involved in undergoing hair restoration surgery can vary depending on your age, overall health, and what techniques are being used. Complications are rare, but they may include infection or bleeding at or around your hair transplant site. If you have diabetes, there’s a greater risk of wound healing problems. To help avoid these complications, seek out an experienced hair restoration surgeon and make sure you complete all post-operative instructions to prevent infections and speed recovery. It is also recommended that you drink plenty of water after surgery to avoid dehydration.

What can I expect after surgery?

After your surgery, you will need to rest with your head tilted forward and may not put any pressure on your head for three days. After surgery, it is recommended that you not wash or comb your hair for four days. Washing and combing can help avoid infection; however, it can also create unwanted scabs. Even washing one’s face should be avoided in order to avoid snagging loose hairs at their roots. It is best to leave all of these tasks up to someone else as much as possible during recovery time. The transplanted hair will fall out within two months; however, in most cases, new growth should begin appearing within eight weeks after surgery and continue throughout six months or more before stabilizing at around twelve months of post-op time.

Will my donor hair grow back?

If you opt to have your hair transplanted, only your own donor hair will grow back. Because of how it is harvested and implanted, it isn’t possible to implant anyone else’s hair in your scalp. However, when you are receiving treatment from Alborj Hair Clinic, you’re also making a choice to take part in something that can significantly improve not just your look but your life as well. At Alborj we want our clients to be informed about everything they’re doing before getting started.

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